Tag Archives: vSphere

Team05 GeekWeek Review – We Won

On Friday, Team05 completed GeekWeek. For those that don’t know, GeekWeek is a lot of training, implementation, and teamwork.  To be honest, it felt like a rite of passage. Day 1 The first day started out on time at noon.  Many of us didn’t know what to expect.  We were given some initial tasks/deliverables, and… Read More »

Hey guys, why does this VM have 3 NICs?

Virtualization, as many say, is a journey.  Some people are well down the path, while others are still beginning to understand how it works.  This post is about a situation I recently came across where I had help with the understanding of how things really work. The Situation I was performing some routine maintenance on… Read More »

VMware vSphere 4.1 – RELEASED

VMware vSphere 4.1 has been released! This is a release that many have been waiting for.  Virtualization.info leaked some early details a couple days ago. Some of the features that are added include: Memory Compression – compressing RAM pages rather than using disk swapping, which will improve performance (could significantly help VDI environments) Storage I/O… Read More »